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The Priory Monmouth Wedding Photographer

Howard and Madelaine

The Priory Monmouth Wedding Photographer.

Howard and Madelaine wanted a day to reflect their colourful personalities and this was evident from the beginning. From Howards paisley suit, to Madeleines silver-flecked dress, to all the details seen throughout the day.

I joined the girls in the morning as preparations were underway. Madelaine looked like a movie star with her long dark hair, big eyes and red lips! The ceremony was held in Mounton Church by infamous pipe-smoking vicar Julian. After this we had a few photographs next to their AMAZING wedding car! They’d requested something a bit different for their photographs and so we played around with some smoke-bombs!

The Priory Monmouth was decorated to perfection with succulents, gems, signage from Sick Vintage. The guests were entertained by The Alliance and canapés were served by the excellent Joshuas Catering.

As the sun went down we went for a little walk around Monmouth, a chance for Howard and Madelaine to catch their breaths before the party truly began.

Here is their story.

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Showing 8 comments
  • Alex Bradbury

    Lovely set of images. Plenty of happy moments and I love the b&w of the couple in the car shot through the windscreen

  • Ashley Davenport

    Looks like a great wedding – awesome job! Love the styling!

  • Tommy

    Nicely done, lovely processing

  • Mark Leonard

    A great set of images and an awesome car shot!

  • Martin Dabek

    Great coverage. Love the image with a smoke bomb!

  • Marek Troszczynski

    Ace use of flare and awesome wedding overall!

  • Negoescu Octavian

    Love the light, the editing and not in the end, love this wedding! 😀

  • Aaron

    WOW! That flare photography (well, not photography + flare, but you know what I mean…) – absolutely incredible and original, I’ve never seen that before and it looks epic! Love it

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